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IRS Welcomes Jump in Taxpayers Using Its Website

Call volume around President’s Day expected to strain staff.

The Social Science Behind DARPA’s Plan to Map Out the Dark Web

DARPA’s state-of-the-art search engine, called Memex, would mean little without the guiding hand of social science.

Here’s How DHS Says a Shutdown Would Affect Cyber Operations

A shutdown could delay the issuing of a key contract award under the multibillion-dollar continuous monitoring program DHS manages.

How Tiny Pieces of Space Junk Could Wreak Havoc on US Weather Forecasts

The proliferation of space debris -- and its destructive capacity -- is bad news for the thousands of satellites orbiting Earth.

White House Kicks Off Recruiting For New Class of Innovation Fellows

Recruiting for the innovation fellows coincides with a big hiring push at the U.S. Digital Service.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., requested answers by Feb. 24.

Senator Demands IRS Explanation of Email Recovery

Inspector general reports 16,000 Lois Lerner documents that may be new.

Senators Consider Congressional Role in Internet of Things

How can lawmakers regulate the Internet of Things without stifling innovation?

For the Federal IT Budget, Things May Finally Be Looking Up

Overall, the total federal IT budget proposed by the president would tick up to $86 billion, a 2.7 percent increase above the current year’s levels.

The Feds Want Your Grandma to Teach You How to Be Safe on the Internet

Instead of treating older adults as helpless victims of online fraud, the government is trying to tap into their social networks to spread the word about Internet security.

Lawmakers Not Briefed About Creation of Obama's $35 Million Cyber Agency

"I believe [the news] is how everyone else found it . … We know about as much as you do," says congressional Republican close to the intelligence community.